#1
So it doesn't really matter, you can plug any head into any cab right? I know the sound will vary between cabs but that is all right?

I have some no name cab and I want to buy an ENGL fireball I'll soon have the money I just want to make sure that everything will work fine.
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#2
You'll have to match the impedances of your head to your speaker. It's mostly 8ohms mono ant 16 ohms stereo. You'll also have to check the wattage the cabinet can handle.

I hear it's better to have a cabinet that can handle almost double the wattage of your head.
#3
ah, thank you^

EDIT: the fireball is only 60 watt so the amp should be able to handle it there and I will check the ohms When I get back to the house it is in.
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#4
also check if the cab is series or paralel. that helps you know the wattage.

also. if you have a lot of wattage over your head, yout gain will be reduced because the speaker cones will not break . if you have a tighter difference (lets suppose your head is 100w and your cad 120w) the cone in the speakers will break up for the less headroom and will give you more gain. however this must not matter for you as the powerball's gain comes from the preamp and the cone braking is not important
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#5
Quote by ldnovelo
also check if the cab is series or paralel. that helps you know the wattage.

also. if you have a lot of wattage over your head, yout gain will be reduced because the speaker cones will not break . if you have a tighter difference (lets suppose your head is 100w and your cad 120w) the cone in the speakers will break up for the less headroom and will give you more gain. however this must not matter for you as the powerball's gain comes from the preamp and the cone braking is not important


oops I meant the fireball
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